Passive aggressive group emails blaming someone/everyone for using the margarine; twee rhyming notes imploring us to keep the communal kitchen clean; permanent markers marking milk levels; desperate attempts to get colleagues to sign-up to a support group... The list goes on.
We love office politics. But we love office sabotage more.
Send in some examples of office-related tomfoolery like that shown above (either from your own office or elsewhere) and we'll send you things.
We've got five gift boxes from Glaceau Vitamin Water and some new bamboo-based undies and socks (future headline: 'Groins and feet ravaged by Pandas') from Jockey to dish out the the best entries.
Over 500 advertising and marketing folk descended on the Langham last night for the final and, some might argue, most important event on the awards calendar. The Effie Awards are so highly coveted because the judging process places enormous emphasis on the business results achieved by creative ideas. Winning the big awards is notoriously difficult, and this was again reiterated this year with only seven gold gongs being handed over the course of proceedings. Here's the lowdown on who won what.